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INDEX

Napoleon, Bonaparte 135,167,184,186,
190 ff., 207 g., 221 flE., 226, 2C7, 268,
270 if., 276, 297, 301, 302, 304, 313,
382, 398, 466,564,585
Newton, Hannah Ayscough, 97
jCfe^Tton, Isaac, 3, 6, 13, 17 ft, 27, 29,
30, 33, 33, 60, 63 ff., 69, 79, 97-126,
•    127 ff., 136, 137, 140, 141, 145, 147,
151,152,155,160,163,168,169,171,
174,181,1S3,184,186,18S, 190,191,
197, 217, 234, 239, 241, 242, 244 ff.,
252, 260, 261, 263, 264, 272, 278.ff.,
fc    2S3, 317,338, 339, 371,376,3S4,388,
G   397,441,445, 478, 489,52S, 541, 542,
Gi  552, 556, 557, 587, 503, 597, 598
G"i'ightingale, Florence, 427
G Ton-dennmerable classes, 627
C Normal, 290

»' lumber, cardinal, 623 ff., 634,636
Numbers, ideal, 522,523, 5G6
Cumbers, irrational, 22, 25, 28, 257,
L    443, 462, 475, 476, 502, 511, 529, 573
a  ff., 627,636,638

. .'ambers, negative, 391, 531, 532
G lumbers, prime, 70 fif., 519, ff. 537,538,
G   566,567,632,637,638
G lumbers, transcendental, 507, 509 ff.,

626 ff., 631

I lumbers, transfinite, 624,625,633, 638
IirtUrmi,Paavo, 599
B

Embers, H. W. 1L, 261, 270, 2S5, 288
H, 'Idenburg, H.f 117
Hinder, 308, 633
B~3car n, King of Sveden, 598
E

H ^aimere, Paul, 501, €00,611
'arameter, 292,596
'arametric representation, 290 ff., 568
F?armenides, 24
^Partitions, theory of, 425,447
H>ascal, Antoinette Begone, 7D
pascal, Blaise, 1, 8, 38, 61, 79-96, 124,
E   129,135,139,200,228, 233,237,312,
H, 434,439
Jk iscal, fitienne, 79
%iscal, Gflberte (Madame Perier?, 61,
>& 79,81,82, 86, 88, 89
fiscal, Jacqueline, 79, SO, 82,86 ff.
.He. ^» Jean* see Richter, J. P. I*,
.'acock, G., 484
eel, Sir Robert, 388
H, sirce, Benjamin, 338
«Vppys, Samnel, 121

Periodicity, 218 ff., 251, 368, 369. 4ySf.
502,503, 509, 573, 594,601, Sly
Permanence of forx, 380
Permutation, 306,307,310
Peter the Great, 140,153,157,1 "A
PfafE, Johann rriedricli, 253, -c-5
,*PheidiaB,30
Phidias, 354
•Philip, Apostle, 632
Piazzi, Guiseppe, 262
Picard, fimile, 501
Picard, Jean, 3CS
Planck, 3L, 602,603
Plato, 3,16,20 21, 26, 27,33, 2v3
Plucker, J., 440,454, 523
Pintarch,29,35
Poiucare, Henri, 8, 17, 172, 29 s 416,
472,493,494, 501, 509,533, SSO-Sll,
615
Poincare, Raymond, 531, 556, &&)
Poinsot, L., 304
Poisaon,S.D.,349,409
Poacclet, Jean-Victor, 205, 22c-23i,
312,439
Pope, Alexander, 605
Postulate, 21, 23, 306, 307, 309,329 ff.,
333,335,336,389 ff., 395,483,490 fi.,
523, S26, 572,632, 633, 636
Power series, 456,457, 474,475, 6! 9
Probability, Tna,thftTn-n.tft*A^ theorv ">f, 5t
61,79,90,93,129,145,146,149, 16fc,
188,193,194,349,487,498
Problem of n bodies, 598,599
Progression, 390,39i, 590
Pseudo-sphere, 335,335
Ptolemy, 118,192,397
Pythagoras, 16,20 ff., 27,202,439,440,
504, 523, 529, 559, 560, 612, 636, 63$
Quadratic forms, 176, 368, 427, 503,
506,527, 554,590,603
Qnantics, 434,435,438
Quantum theory, 68, 96,115, 354, 3»v
559,568, 603*
Quaternions, 2S5,  386,  3S6,  3SS Ł.,
394 g.
Qmntic, 339 ff., 344,345, 34S, 360,4fr7,
507,509,522,526
Radicals, 409, 413, 414, 500, 607, Btf,
526
Ramannjan Srwirasa, 152,360
Ratio, aniiarmonic or cross, 234,235
Ratios, 28,3S2,576
Bays, systeois <if, 3SO &, 568
645